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the city of detroit to proceed with its bankruptcy filing and shed up to $18 billion in debt. it's the largest public bankruptcy in u.s. history. the judge turned aside challenges from unions, pension funds and retirees who stand to have benefits cut. later, retiring mayor dave bing called for all parties to work together. >> we have got to start changing the conversation and we can't think that bankruptcy is the worst thing that ever happened to us. it can help us now because it will allow us once again to deal with the things that should have been dealt with over the last 20 or 30 years. the city cannot go forward with the kind of debt and liabilities that we have on our balance sheet. >> >> ifill: detroit's emergency manager, kevin orr, has said the city is now using 40 cents of every dollar collected to pay its debts. he warns that figure could rise to 65 cents without bankruptcy relief. >> major cuts in retirement benefits for thousands of state employees, and retirees, the legislature approved a bill that also raises the state retirement age. it is the latest effort to help
the road all over the country saying he sensually if you have a pension and a municipal worker in your city declares bankruptcy it is not necessarily protect. kevin is the emergency manager who got everything he wanted in this judge's ruling but very somber when he came out to talk to reporters. >> we were very pleased, we remain very concerned about the need to improve the level of services for citizens and also prepare for the city to exit this receivership in a fashion that restores democracy. to the city. >> that is what a lot of people are concerned about, the democracy being restored. look at the pictures on the streets of the city, as soon as the ruling came trickling out people upset about it, specifically pensioners, retirees, union members, their attorney who represents them talked just after the ruling was shellshocked. >> this is a scary day because what the judge has done is set a state constitution specifically and expressly protects vested pension benefits can be taken away in bankruptcy and that is very scary. >> sharon levine asks me as you point out, it is a huge ruling an
. detroit's unionized pensioners will see their benefits cut. watch out other american cities. frack, and floods the world with oil, and opec is split. what's a cartel to do? an on-line shopping binge rolls on. wal-mart had its best day ever. and stocks will open lower again? yeah, a big day. "varney & company" is about to begin. hi honey, did you get e toaster cozy? yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] th n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r one flat rate. so i kn untilt was full. you'd be crazy not to. is tt nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. every day we're working to and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >> here we go. fire up the political spin m
. >> are you kidding? stick my tongue on that stupid pole? gee! >> a christmas story on a new york city subway station. did you ever lick a pole? "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> the thing about that pole in the subway, i don't even like to touch it with my hands. everybody who's got the flu -- >> you're not a theater guy. elisabeth grew up in the theater on the stage. she understands the reason for the craft is you have to be willing to do stuff like that. >> exactly not. i grew up on the bench arcs bench warmer. >> i'm with you. >> what a great idea that is; right? >> stay tuned for that. in the meantime let's talk a little bit about obamacare. remember when the website was launched and it stunk up the place -- >> no one was paying attention because we were in a lockdown shutdown with the government. >> there was a lot of that going on. the president, the heat was on the frying pan, and he said you know what? i was not directly informed that there was a problem with it. now we know there was a reason that he was not directly informed. because from the day that he signed the obama
in the death of a man outside of the kansas city chiefs stadium. 30-year-old kyle van winkle was viciously beaten by tailgaters. his death now ruled a homicide. he was only 30 years old. police say he was sitting in someone else's truck in a parking lot after that game when the truck's owner saw him and a fight broke out. one man is now in custody. >>> what lurks under the sea? drones. the navy launching a drone from a submarine for the first time. look at that. check out these time-lapsed pictures of a launch in the bahamas from the u.s.s. providence. this is a big step toward developing new military spying capabilities. >>> from under the water to up in the air. >> five, four, three, two -- 180 ignition and liftoff. >> the atlas 5 lit up the night sky around 11:15 last night off the coast of california. it is carrying a secret payload for the government office that operates our intelligence-gathering satellites. that rocket, 19 stories high. and those are your headlines. >> amazon's not going to use these submarine-launched drones to deliver our packages, are they? >> you never know. >>
in the economy have hurt all groups -- poor and middle class, inner city and rural folks, men and women, and americans of all races. and as a consequence, some of the social patterns that contribute to declining mobility that were once attributed to the urban poor -- that's a particular problem for the inner city -- single-parent households or drug abuse -- it turns out now we're seeing that pop up everywhere. a new study shows that disparities in education, mental health, obesity, absent fathers, isolation from church, isolation from community groups -- these gaps are now as much about growing up rich or poor as they are about anything else. the gap in test scores between poor kids and wealthy kids is now nearly twice what it is between white kids and black kids. kids with working-class parents are 10 times likelier than kids with middle- or upper-class parents to go through a time when their parents have no income. so the fact is this -- the opportunity gap in america is now as much about class as it is about race, and that gap is growing. so if we're going to take on growing inequali
is confident that he will work it out by 2017. cities did he ink there is a lack of management andthe white house, if so, will the program be working if they had it together? >> there are huge subsidies. and it's a littll messy. and they re pretty far beyond where they were. lou: when you talk about smart people, you have worked in the private sector as well as on-air and i know a lot of smart people and, one of the first rules being counseled on was just remember that. what it got people involved, it screwed up. no matter what level you work at, it was ignored by a government and administration of frank we had very little obvious experience and not with any kind. >> obviously this is much bigger and he current administrator, i've known her for 25 years and she's ry great. but there's a lot they can do on the i.t. side and theee's a lot they can do. they have a long way to go, it will be a mess for a long time. to me, the bigger issue was too focused on earlier, this is a 200 billion-dollar entitlement program and they are giving a lot of subsidies to a lot of people. and it will work large
. >> we are doing our part. neil: ladies, thank you both. in the meantime, and officially bankrupt city. a judge rules that it is okay to file. >> not only is it illegal, but it is immoral. >> this ruling is a threat to every city in detroit. >> we think that that sets a bad precedent for other cities >> we are gratified with the city's eligibility to pursue a plan of adjustments under chapter nine of the federal bankruptcy code. it is business as usual in detroit. this determination gives us a better opportunity to go forward with that clean slate. neil: mark my words, that i will be a rockstar. and a bankruptcy filing is their only hope. judge napolitano, i would say you? >> they have an obligation of 18 billion and it does not have the assets or the tax base. but it owes a lot more than a it negotiated with all of its creditors, including the unions. >> if the judge does not rule as he ruled today, then instead of having an orderly bankruptcy where a judge will take obligations and slice and dice and give people their portion of the pie, you have about five or 6000 lawsuits, each tha
are doing our part. neil: ladies, thank you both. in the meantime, and officially bankrupt city. a judge rules that it is okay to file. >> not only is it illegal, but it is immoral. >> this ruling is a threat t every city in detroit. >> we think that that sets a bad precedent for other cities as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every d. what's in your wallet? i need your timesheets, larry! what's in your wallet? every day we're working to and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in
happened to the city of brotherly love? you won't believe what the two women accused of starting the whole thing were fighting over. >>> plus, what may be a kidnapping caught on tape. now the search is on for the woman seen in this surveillance video being dragged away by an unidentified man. it's all "happening now." ♪ ♪ç jon: good morning to you on this thursday, i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, great to have you today, i'm jenna lee, more on those stories in just a moment but first, more trouble for obamacare. jon: according to a new harvard university poll, less than one-third of uninsured young people are actually planning to sign up for insurance on the health care exchange. and young people are key to the law's success because they're the ones needed to offset the cost of insuring older, less healthy people.ç without them policy experts say obamacare and its numbers simply will not work. jonah goldberg is a fox news contributor and editor at large of "the national review" online. lynn sweet is washington bureau chief for the "chicago sun-times". i want to start with a lo
: new information on the deadly train derailment in new york city over the weekend. national transportation safety board says that train was heading into a steep curve at almost three times the speed limit when it careened off the tracks killing four people. the engineer reportedly told investigators he fell asleep right before the crash. our rick is on the scene in the bronx. what's the latest, rick? >> jon, the ntsb is confirming the train was going 82 miles an hour into a 30-mile-per-hour curve but is not confirming these multiple reports that the engineer may have told investigators that he zoned out or even dozed off for a few moments and woke up too late to stop that speeding train. now, according to the "new york post," the engineer who left the scene on a stretcher sunday, told investigators that he zoned out just before the fatal accident. reuters is reporting that the en dpineer told investigators he, quote, lost focus and realized too late that he was going too fast and forelocal news outfet reported that the engineer all but admitted he was falling asleep as the t
believe this is actually good news for the state of michigan, good news for the city of detroit. because i think they now can start to rebuild. i honestly believe that this is for the city of detroit. >> it doesn't matter what it is, it's all going to be handled the same. how do you think that that will get resolved? are people who are retired, they may not get it. >> it's a very sad story for the city of detroit and now we are looking at 30 or 40 on every dollar that is owed in health care and pension benefits. and now the city has the right to renegotiate the contracts. but will there be a bailout? will there be a state bailout and will there be an uncle sam bailout? i wouldn't put it back up past the politicians to try to do that. and people are in worse shape, the people on those bonds and this is a big thunderous message for people without for 50 years but those are state investments. gerri: steve moore warning you about in a simple bond. good times, great information. gerri: thank you for coming on the show. detroit isn't the only part of this country in dire straits. the only state
is the shining city on the hill that those look to when they are looking for freedom. but obama's policy the last four years hasn't helped. he started off with his apology tour, apologizing for the things the united states has done. most recently we have seen his handling of syria didn't go well. people think vladimir putin did a much better job of handling the situation. 73% of casualties in afghanistan have happened under president obama. bill: 54-56% disapprove to how the president is handling foreign policy. 2/3 in that pew survey believe americans view greater involvement in the global economy is a greater thing. meaning when america is a strong country it's better for the world. >> we have seen that throughout history. and when we see economies like china coming up it's important to have our own economy keep going. people like to complain about america, but when something happens in the world, the philippines, the typhoon there, when something happens in the world guess who is the first country to go, the united states military and the charities. we are divide as a country on political line
tmaceatening, pushing up energy prices and using instagram to gauge how happy an entire city is. the top five happiest cities in the nation according to one survey, two cities from the same state. the you live there? Ò i o you f l good? so much more coming up on this hour of maumets now. ♪ connell: i wasn't even there. dagen: no indication. Ò i ogs are supposed to make you happy. food and dogs. dennis: christmas season, the tree over there. dagen: holiday tree. connell: i know. iatollowing up. to start it off at the top of the hour at the stock exchange. nicole: good morning. things are looking down again. the dow and the s&p down four days in our row. we will s what hstapens between now and then, right now, down 56 points, thousand eight thirty-three. and the nasdaq composite down 9 points, a quarter of 1%. the big picture is everybody is moving to the fed. the fed keeper as soon as this month, there is a m ting this month and with economic news, better cdc dropped o begin tapering. the s&p 500, apple a new high, can't leave that out. Ò i appen: thank you. connell: the movement demandi
of that deadly train derailment in new york city. this is video of rescue workers earlier this morning trying to lift the cars that went flying off the tracks on sunday, killing four people and injuring more than 60 others. we're told that investigators recovered the events recorder, the black box. we're in the process to figure out exactly what happened. our laura ingle is live on the scene of the she will bring us a live report in a couple minutes. >>> right now, today's top headlines and brand new stories you will see here first. jenna: the deadline to fix the obamacare website comes and goals. the white house says it met its goal but is the site really working and what is the political fallout? we'll go in depth on both those topics. it is cyber monday, you might have noticed with your email in box. how you can get a really good deal on travel do and -- today and what every bar gun hunter needs to know. >>> on the scene where a police helicopter crashed into a crowded pub. we're live with the story. it is all "happening now." jon: well, it is a critical test for the obamacare website, jus
not stopped, it is 35 degrees, a few degrees above freezing. new york city is doing fairly well. unfortunately, the same cannot be said for much of the northeast and what is happening is that we are seeing the effect of that ice storm that hit texas and it is now moving up the northeast corridor. we have seen a number of chain reaction pileups in philadelphia and there were 8 inches of snow more than 50 cars, motor stranded, on nearby interstate 78, a series of crashes involving more than two dozen vehicles not far from new york city and greenwich connecticut, it caused a 20 car pileup closing this southbound lane of interstate 95. the weather was so bad that the detroit lions couldn't see the yard markers and they were completely obscured by the snow. season-ticket holders, saying that i have never seen snow like this. it just kept coming down. and even though the situation has improved considerably, it appears that there is more bad weather on the way. there are many communities that say the worst is now over. heather: there other issues are other issues as well been caused by the storm? >>
in the spotlight. bob filner will be sentenced for sexually harassing women at campaign events or city hall. filner will probably not be serving prison time. because after plea deal he will get three months of home confinement, three years of probation and mandatory mental health treatment. 19 women accused him of inappropriate behavior during his time in office. jon: some silicon valley giants say the nsa went to far greater lengths to collect data on americans than they first thought. what some of the biggest names in technology like google and facebook are trying to do bit. >>> a major storm causing chaos on the roads and creating a nightmare for air travelers as well. meteorologist maria molina will have your forecast next. ♪ sing polly wolly doodle all the day ♪ ♪ hah jon: coverage you'll only see here on "happening now" a storm that's dumped plenty of snow across parts of the midwest now setting sights on the northeast. your full forecast only moments away. jury selection begins today in the newlywed murder trial in montana. woman accused of pushing her husband off a cliff. she says it
and snow. how did the cockroaches get to new york city? scientists suspect they were burrowed in the soil of decorative plants at the park. and the united states air force band surprising museum visitors. "the washington times" tweeting air force plan puts on flash mob show at smithsonian. 120 musicians taking part in surprise show at the national air and space museum. a lone cheloist. officials banning a game day tradition for from this year's super bowl. "sports illustrated" tweeting no tailgating will be allowed at super bowl bowl 48. tailgating will be prohibited at metlife stadium in new jersey. fans will be able to have food and drink inside their cars but cannot take out a grill or lounge chair or do anything to take up more than one parking space? what do you think of the no tailgating rule? #greta. >>> straight ahead, another new problem with obamacare. forget about privacy. tens of thousands of you just lost it. it might be you. we will tell you who next. >>> is this just cruel? a 3-year-old you a cities particular boy will have to give up pet chickens of u the chickens he uses
is expected to decide if the city of detroit's bankruptcy filing can go forward. the judge must determine if officials did everything they could to avoid bankruptcy, including negotiating with creditors. detroit is of course the largest city in the history of the united states to file for bankruptcy. >>> before he became pontiff, pope francis was a bouncer at a buenos aires nightclub. the pope revealing his past job while visiting with parishioners at a church in rome. he said he was a young student at the time trying to support himself. bouncer before pope. all right, elisabeth, over to you. >> thanks, steve. the pentagon is floating a controversial plan to close all u.s. base commissaries to cut costs. how will this hurt military families who rely on them for daily supplies. pete hegseth is with us now from washington. good morning, pete. thanks for being here with us. is this a great plan? it seems like a short-term fix for a very large budget issue; correct? >> it is a short-term fix. if they were to close commissaries, military grocery stores for military members of their families an
derailment in new york city. a live look as rescue workers using crains to pick up cars sent hurdling off the tracks. four people were killed. 60 were injured. some of them listed in critical condition again today. now the investigation as to why. >> throughout the next few days our investigators will work on the scene to thoroughly document the accident scene, gathering the factual information. our mission is to understand not just what happened but why it happened. >> to see those trains as large as they are on their side and the people that were in that, what they must have been going through. bill: laura engel is live on the scene in morning. we'll check in with laura in a matter of moments with an update as the investigation gets underway. >>> first a disasterous start, two months later, around the clock repairs continue. the white house now declaring victory on health care dot-gov despite vital parts of the website still under repair. would you call that victory? i hope the tryptofan wore off. i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, martha. i hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. we
pollution, invest in clean energy, to help our cities and towns build in more resilient ways so that they can add depth to a changing climate and keep our communities safe, but also to prepare to be a broader and more vocal leader on the issue of climate change in international discussions. as you know, in september, epa proposed urban pollution standards for new power plants using our authority that congress gave us under the clean air act. those power plant labor relations regulations are proposals that would impact new facilities being constructed. this would ensure any new facilities from this point forward would use modern technologies that are available to reduce carbon pollution. epa will also next june be proposing new standards that will also provide significant flexibility to the state that will effectively protect public health from carbon pollution from the existing power plants. that will be an opportunity to reduce the current levels of carbon pollution emitted by power plants and put us on a path for domestic energy, clean energy generation, and innovation. throug
significant stuff out there especially across the mid-atlantic. areas farther north like new york city, we didn't pick up much snowfall, just an inch or two here in some spots. take a look at the radar. you can see rain moving across parts of new york city and areas southward. we have seen a transition from snow to freezing rain and eventually to rainfall lingering across interior portions of the northeast. that pink shading you see to the west of new york city across parts of eastern pennsylvania and new jersey, that's actually freezing rain. that is going to be coating roadways. please be safe. once this system moves out of the northeast we have another round of winter weather expected as we head into tomorrow with some accumulation expected. we could be seeing as much as three inches of snow across portions of the mid-atlantic including the state of maryland, virginia and up into the rest of the northeast. right off into the great lakes you could be looking at a foot of snow. otherwise, steve, elisabeth, brian, i want to show you current wind chill temperatures. it is still cold in the
and northern plains. with advisories and warnings have been issued for many of these areas. in the city of denver, 29 degree below zero. this storm system will be with us the next several days. cold air has settled in and i want to show you the actual high temperature. the actual high today will be 3 below zero and it will get colder by friday. that cold air is going to be expanding with highs only in the 20s across the city of dallas, little rock and louisville, kentucky, and temperatures will be dropping across parts of the northeast. the cold air will be producing a dangerous situation across sections of texas up into indiana, western kentucky. the cold air at the surface is going to be in place and we'll have warmer air overrunning that and that will be producing freezing rain. we have a little bit of that showing up across parts of oklahoma early this morning. we could be seeing over a half inch of ice accumulation possible out here. please be safe on the roadways. we could be looking at power outages and trees could come down. this is something to watch the next several disaster a
the tree. december 203rd is also the new court could cut future payments to the city's pension systems as part of the bankruptcy. some good news for the motor city reporting the best sales month and six and a half years. sales climbed nearly 9% in november. much more still ahead. vice-president joe biden does nothing to ease tension in the south china sea. in fact, he blasts the territorial claims and its air defenses down and former secretaries of state kissinger and schulz lay out the strategy to stop the iranian marched to a nuclear break up. judith miller, dr. while the ferris join us. also, the latest math, reading and is tied -- science test scores of u.s. students revealing the new promise of a new age of american exceptional as an. the shocking statistics for you in tonight's "chalk talk". we're coming right back. ♪ president obama pushing his troubled health care plan. and he says no matter how much it stinks', it is not going to be repealed. we will be taking that up with congressman and dr. paul brown it has a diagnosis of his own next. ♪ as a business owner, i'm constan
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thoughts of what is next. span, we are featuring the history and literary scene of the northern idaho city and on american history tv and booktv, 5:00 eastern time on c- span3, we will air our look at the area's connection to the area nation and its leader, richard butler, and how concerned citizens fought against the group. here is a preview. >> an aerospace engineer who retired in the mid-70's and moved with his wife betty and they bought property and he make the land and property a nonprofit church. that was basically the birth. 1981, they burned the first cross there on the property and started holding annual world congresses. >> richard butler was not a person that was dynamic and he was not a great speaker, but he was quite effective at publicity. lot ofas able to get a publicist he not only with the national media, but even at times international media. i think they were fascinated with the idea that he created these two organizations. it was somewhat unique in the sense that his political arm, which was neo-nazi are really not the nasty datsun -- doctrine, the political arm, and th
water in terms of his hun necessary city and trust worthy with the american people. going out there saying the republicans haven't presented alternative. i don't think is he on solid ground. i think is he on the run. >> i think he is on better run than obamacare under water and -- where he is headed right now because i think is he going to lose this argument. they have to quarantine this guy in the white house because he will be hemlocked to democrats running for the senate. he has already dropped down to something like 40%. he is already a drag in many of these states. again, he had some effective antidotes here, i don't see how he wins the macroargument because there are so many elements to it that are going wrong in the whole program. >> but what he should have said today and he should have said the republican ideas are bad ideas. he gets saying again something that's not right. >> republicans come back and say we do have ideas. we have this and that and the other. and if he is in a debate on that, my program vs. somebody else's. he is in a better debate than he is with the
are mired down in sacramento and frankly most of our city and county governments and most of our school boards and in washington dc. we are mired down in such petty and instructive and negative politics. surrounded by campaigns of such unending viciousness and dishonesty. the entire fabric of our system is at stake and we need to break out from this moment in american history. what i've found is that this is truly what makes this one of the most extraordinary times in american history. everywhere that you go, there are hard-working and intelligent people who are pioneers of the future. they are inventing things and energy. they are inventing things and transportation. they are inventing things and learning. they are inventing things going into space. they are be more effective and you go around and you say, show me the things that are most interesting that are happening right here in california. google has a self driving car which is covered over 600,000 miles, and given the way we came down from i'm not sure how many hours that we took. [laughter] >> and 600,000 miles it has been in on
people are under arrest after a stadium fight at a kansas city chiefs game. the victim was sitting in somebody else's truck in the parking lot after the game and then when the owner of that truck saw him, a fight broke out. the victim then collapsed and died later at the hospital. >> the hospital told us there is no obvious reason for why this person died. we don't know if the person had a heart attack during the struggle. >> we'll keep you posted. tragic details from the death of fast and furious star paul walker. investigators confirming speed was a factor in that accident. walker was riding in a friend's porsche when it crashed into a light pole over the weekend. the fast and furious costar tyrese gibson broke down. he posted a note on instagram. paul is the heart beat of this franchise and we're going to see his legacy lives on forever. walker was in the middle of shooting fast and furious number 7. tmz reporting production of that film stopped for now. walker leaves behind a 15-year-old daughter. he was just 40 years old. >>> freezing rain and ice are to blame for a massive pi
local mercedes-benz dealer. gerri: do you check out the the -- christmastime in new york city. gorgeous too. i walked byive morning. holidays are time for family, and present, people in new york city, and identity theft, there are ways to prevent the grinches from stealing christmas, with us adam, thank you for coming in. you say this particular christmass more dangerous than most holidays, why? >> the shopping season has been compressed. that retailers in a frenzy, whether they are in a frenzy in terms of deals they offer when you walk through door, through broadcast media or e-mail, that is where the vulne vulner bill . gerri: what should people be thinking about? >> most important thing be aware. identity thieves prey on fact you are distracted. you have a day job, but to them could you are their day job. so as a result they count on fact you are so caught up in the christmas spirit so overwhelmed by advertising when you go to a web site you may not be looking at how authentic they are, you click on links, you don't look fo the htps that shows you it iis a secure site eyou don't see
, trial lawyer extraordinaire in new york city. >> you sue the federal government. you can get punitive damages against the government, can't get prejudgment interest but you have a claim against the mid your identity get sued for picking up the salary system. stuart: i did not know you could do that. i thought you could -- >> it is part to and a lot of juries don't givehard to and a juries don't give a lot of money. charles: how do you get cost at -- economic tour resolution? >> a good lawsuit, three lakes school, someone you can collect from, liability and damages. the damages won't be that strong for most people. stuart: will there be lawsuits launched because of this fiasco? >> there will be a class action launched. that is the only way it can be economical. stuart: it will not stop obamacare in its tracks, this is down the road. >> that train has left the station. if i were a lawyer i could stop it, i would. there has to be a better system. stuart: a lawyer opposed to president obama -- >> all the time. stuart: hold on. here it is more of what zeke emanual had to say. this is the p
of know fell in albuquerque, closing schools and bringing that city virtually to a halt. in colorado, residents dealing with a deep freeze rarely seen even in that mountainous state. denver airport tieing a record low of minus 15. and more cold is expected there today. alicia acuna is live in denver for us now. this cold, alicia. more than an inconvene we hear the hospitals are filling up there. >> reporter: they have colt related injuries. this is dangerous cold that blasted our state. right now in the city of denver it is zero degrees but forecasters say it feels like negative 17 and the impact that can have on the body can be permanent if not careful. we're hearing about problems like folks who have as marks respiratory issues. they're having additional problems because of the cold. emergency rooms here in the denver metro area are seeing injuries like broken bones from falls and injuries from car accidents. they're also treating people for frostbite which is happening in a matter of minutes because folks think they can handle this type of cold. >> we have to be aware that how we
finding it so easy to essentially take the american taxpayer. when i was there, the cities were so crowded the government officials actually turned to me and said you can see why we have the one child policy. you now see it is incredibly immoral and incredibly corrupt because they sense to use as a lever for revenue. don't they? they put these policies in place regardless of how immoral they are as a revenue source so if you violated, to have a reason to gg and get more. charles: now they know they made a huge mistake and should have rolled this back years ago. you will not have the workforce they need to be the powerhouse. i would also say as far as take advantage of our programs, foreigners have always known how to do that. over 400 checks went to one mailbox address in eastern europe, 400 checks. everyone promises to fix it, but they don't. stuart: let me get back to more good news, may i? up 128 points, it is a rally. most on the upside this morning, some of the big-name technology stocks are doing very well indeed, and it is a rally on a friday morning. maybe you consider this good ne
, and latinos. we need to fight to keep up our cities, like washington d.c., which is reduced thy most infections nearly by half. we are going to keep pursuing scientific breakthroughs. we are going to redirect $100 million into this project to develop a new generation of therapies. the united states should be at the forefront of new discoveries . or better yet, eliminate it completely. host: the end of the senate and specificallye -- looking at the status of the farm bill. the senators are confident the farm bill can pass by the end of the year. senior member of the negotiating group on the bill that says -- the house voted to cut almost $40 billion in funding over the same. -- over the same period. mike from virginia, thank you for holding on on our oppose line. you are on, sir. go ahead. oppose the drone delivery. , the corporation is ultimately responsible to its shareholders. they are clearly trying to save money. unfortunately, that wealth will to the folksbuted that work for the company. they cut folks and people women, with these sorts of ways to cut costs. i appreciate it is a
of principal on mortgages in areas hardest hit by foreclosures like detroit and cities like cleveland and toledo in ohio. j.p. morgan chase currently holds, get this, nearly a million mortgages. 208,000 mortgages considered seriously delinquent and in excess of 700,000 which are under water. that's too much power over our marketplace in too few hands. 500 million of the settlement will be credited for the removal of blight from neighborhoods through demolition reducing interest rates and offering new loans to low income borrowers. every community in america could use some of that. that's very little money for a very big hole. this setment may appear like a big step. it's a small step in the right direction. however let me put these figures on the record. last year j.p. morgan chase made $21.3 billion in profits. that doesn't count what's in their reserves. a settlement of $13 billion therefore is barely half of what j.p. morgan made in all of last year after expenses. in fact, this setment of $13 billion is equal to exactly half of what they had already setaside, $26 billion, for lega
is -- 100 cities. they're demanding 15.15 an hour. is this the new american way? reminds us of this. >> lousy teachers trying to palm off our kids on us. >> and they're management and so they can be happier and more productive. >> lisa if you don't like your job, you doesn't strike. you just go in every day and do it really half bad. that's the american way. so ally bank has a raise your rate cd that wothat's correct.a rate. cause i'm really nervous about getting trapped. why's that? uh, mark? go get help! i have my reasons. look, you don't have to feel trapped with our raise your rate cd. if our rate on this cd goes up, yours can too. oh that sounds nice. don't feel trapped with the ally raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >> paul walker, star of the france franchise "fast and the furious" they were working on the 7th installment. they'll suspend the production of that film. could be a problem for sony. brought in 788 million worldwide at the box office. and charles is going to make us money right now and where the company i know and love, cabelas. sporting g
and grief. for the last 10 years, mr. ferrari commuted six days a week into the city to his job s a building supervisor. he was a hardworking new yorker, totally devoted to his his friend and neighbor told me that he did everything for his family, and now his wife, who is still in shock and daughter, are trying to put all the pieces of their lives together. now congress must do its part to honor all the crash victims by advancing solutions that prevent tragedies like this one from ever happening again. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. mr. engel: mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman seek recognition? mr. engel: i ask unanimous consent to address the house and to extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. engel: thank you, mr. speaker. this horrific tragedy, unfortunately, happened in my district about half a mile from where i live. when a tragedy like this happens, senseless tragedy, we as americans all pull together wherever tragedies occur and whether it's by -- ms. jackson lee: mr.
to change the subject as much as possible. laws and the city are taking care of very important response abilities here until they've been pigmentation problems can get worked out. in one sense it helped. but also similar reason driving is as both parties are trying to kick this out for two more years to have an election and decide how these issues get resolved. accommodation suggests they will get a deal in the next couple of days. dagen: this is if you have described it to use your words some low hanging fruit. how does this deal come together and what are the chances it does? >> i think it is slightly better than 50% chance it is going to get done. remember, the two chairs negotiating the steel are not here to tell us what they want to get done, they feel confident they will get something done. the issue here is last-minute demands. the republicans think they need some level of entitlement changes to get the rank-and-file members, thre slayer pushing han this changes to hospital spending for medicaid. the democrats pushing for more spending on unemployment insurance possibly inclusion
now say the engineer who drove that new york city passenger train that derailed over the weekend may ha from the entire year. about three times what it has been back in 2008 and what was special about september? federal agencies often try to spend what is left in their budget before the fiscal year is up, which is at the end of september. well, researchers and a wife discovered a huge japanese submarine that the united states sought back in 1946 to keep its advanced technology at the hands the soviet union. the world war ii era sub could travel one-and-a-half times around the world without refueling. imagine. well, a new book takes a fascinating look into the role of stalin in the cold war, his manipulation of the western allies in order to spread communism and extend his red empire. joining us now, floridastate history professor rollup -- robert daly, the author of this book, stalin's curse, battling forommunism and war in cold war, and it is now available in paperback. professor, is great to have you here. this is a fascinating book. we recommended highly to our viewers. the idea t
is at stake here city -- is the cup has capacity for you or your to have thebe able security of decent health insurance at a reasonable cost through choice and competition on this marketplace and tax credits that you may be eligible for that can save you hundreds of dollars in premium costs month potentially. to -- now that we are getting the technology fixed ande need you to go back take a look at what is actually going on. it can make a difference in your lives and the lives of your families. the president yesterday as onlaunches the second act healthcare.gov, encouraging people to go to the website and try again. the washington times this -- the president leader and chief on obamacare. -- salesman -- cheerleader in chief for obamacare. democrats and the president are expected to have a coordinated effort in pushing healthcare.gov. --e is a congressman's tweet what do you think about the rollout of healthcare.gov enter the president fire somebody? betty in albuquerque, new mexico. democrat. thank you for accepting my call. this particular congress that we now -- i believe the th -- hasnd 12
point. the decades' long shift in the economy have hurt all groups, poor and middle class, inner city and rural folks, men and women. and americans of all races. and as a consequence, some of the social patterns that contribute to declining mobility that were once attributed to the urban poor -- that's a particular problem for the inner city. single parent households or drug abuse or -- it turns out now we're seeing that pop up everywhere. a new study shows that disparities in education, mental health, obesity, absent fathers, isolation from church, isolation from community groups, these gaps are now as much about growing up rich or poor as they are about anything else. the gap in test scores between poor kids and wealthy kids is now nearly twice what it is between white kids and black kids. kids with working class parents are 10 times likelier than are more likely to -- the fact is this, the opportunity gap in america is now as much about class as it is about race and that gap is growing. so if we're going to take on growing inequality and try to improve upward mobility for all peopl
body. joining us from kansas city, "time" magazine editor at large who wrote a story for the magazine about the growing problem with wild animals. so i understand it's bears and deer right now in america. they are the two big problems. let's take bears first. i mean, this woman was in a suburb of orlando, was walking her dogging in a housing subdivision. this bearsubdivision. the bear comes running out of there. is that what happened? >> it is happening all over the country, bill. new jersey, where you -- right next to you, they have the densest human population in the united states, some 3,000 bears. they have had to reinstitute hunting for bears within neighborhoods. and at least in five states, we have had elementary schools that have had to go to lockdown because they have black bears prowling the school yards. so it is a significant problem. and deer -- >> is it because of conservation in the past that has allowed the bears to breed? is that the crux of it? >> yeah, we originally came and settled this continent and almost wiped out the wild life in north america. by the middle of
. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i'm going to give you a sampling of things people have posted on my facebook page. i hear you support common core education standards. i'll nev watch your show again. another said, if you support common core, you have hoes -- you've lost my trust. another one, you need to learn the truth about common core. the person who said he never would wah my show again won't hear this and that's too bad. i want to cut to the chase itch don't support what common core has become in many states or school districts. i'm dead set against the federal government creating a uniform curriculum for any subject. i oppose the collectio of personal data on students that would identify them and then track them, and certainly any effort to give that personal information to the federal government. i am steadfast in my belief that parents, parents, should ultimately decide. the best for their children's education, whether it's public schools, private schools, religious schools, or home schools. i believe education is a local or state function, not a fede
rail, including between newark liberty airport and new york city. the first cold weather outdoor super bowl will be on february 2nd at metlife stadium. that is the latest from fox biz, giving you the power to prosper. adam: last week we brought you the story of one wall street analyst who says president obama may resign before next year's midterm election. that analyst joins us now for an interview with senior correspondent charlie gasparino to explain why he is making such an extreme claim. charlie? >> ken, thanks for joining us. did i get your name right? >> sure, thank you, charlie, for having me on. >> thanks, anytime. can you explain, before we get into the propriety of making a call like this, can you explain your methodology a little bit? listen, you have some interesting commentary out there after fox business exclusively reported what you were, your claim, i believe that you give president obama, because of the sort of problems with obamacare, a 10% chance of resigning before the midterm elections. explain your call and explain your methodology a little bit. >> absolutely. rea
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